Amy has degrees and diplomas from University of Windsor, University of Toronto, and Humber College, and recently completed her Masters of Music Therapy at Berklee College of Music in Boston. She is the leading lady of ADD Music Wellness, a psychotherapy and music therapy clinical practice serving clients throughout southern Ontario. Previously, Amy provided music therapy at the world renowned W. Ross Macdonald School for the Visually Impaired, Blind, & Deafblind, where she was the recipient of the 2012 Premierâs Award for Teaching Excellence in Ontario.
Amy is the drummer of the R&B/Blues band 'Cootes Paradise' and she is the conductor/artistic director of the Grand River Voices, a 80+ voice community choir based out of Kitchener, ON. Amy is also the music director and organist at Sydenham Heritage United Church in Brantford, and holds the position of Principal Percussionist with the Guelph Symphony Orchestra. Amy is endorsed by Murat Diril cymbals and Headhunter drumsticks.